Life’s a Melodrama.
King Finestra Full-stop gave the commands, and sealed them with his ring. The Questioner Queen asked the most pertinent questions. Sir Exclamation Mark was absolute and definite. Sixty-six and Ninety-nine heard every whisper, every crime. Dash Dot had a great suggestion, despite his s-stutter. Curly Comma calmed things down – “Let’s all take a moment, to breathe, to rest…” – but the dastardly Carlos Capital, with his side-kick, Colin Colon, had hatched a plan to steal the letters. Apostrophe Anna saved the day, and Jack Bracket put the villains aside.
Class 2-3 lit up the stage with their dazzling over-performance of The Punctuation Players, which saw the return of a full (and rapturous) audience. Is there no end to the superlatives!
After 20 years working as a civil engineer, manager and general manager, John joined the School in 2001 and has taken several cycles of primary school students from 1st to 7th class. A founding Director, he has also been the School’s Business Manager and Company Secretary, and currently chairs the Finance Committee.
“Through an education immersed in beauty, imagination and creativity, the growing child can step into the world with independence, confidence and deep social engagement: liberty, fraternity, equality.”